Central District

Central District, Center District or Centre District may refer to:

  • Central District (Botswana)
  • Center District, Israel
  • Center District, Ljubljana
  • Tsentralny District, Russia
  • Central District, Seattle
  • Central, Hong Kong
  • Central and Western District, Hong Kong
  • For Central Districts (ku) in Japanese cites see Chūō-ku (中央区) or Naka-ku (中区)
  • For Central Districts (gu) in Korean cities see Jung-gu (중구)
in Iran
  • Central District (Iran) various districts of this name

Other uses:

  • Central District Bulldogs, an Australian rules football team

Other articles related to "central district, district":

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... There are many large trade centers and molls including Grand Trade Center, Market Centre, Teipan, Scandinavia, Central Hali, Rilon, Pedestrian Bridge and others ... Markovo Tepe mall is currently under construction ...
South End, Seattle
... bit fluid, but has traditionally included the area south of the Central District, and east of Interstate 5 Rainier Valley, Rainier Beach, Seward Park, Mount Baker, and Beacon Hill ... the South End's high schools Rainier Beach and Franklin and the Central District's Garfield but this has died as the Central District has gentrified and athletics have become less ...
Mohammadabad, Iran - South Khorasan Province
... Mohammadabad (32°27′ N 59°02′ E), Birjand, Khusf District, Birjand County, South Khorasan Province Mohammadabad (32°33′ N 59°06′ E), Birjand, Khusf District, Birjand County ...

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